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hello Fox.
I think this might be happening because this dll is not being loaded into memory correctly(duh merlin, thats what the message said) . Kernel32.dll needs to be loaded into space in the memory thats protected so other programs cannot overtake it. The other part of the message is saying "an attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format." It might be that what you're installing is trying to use this protected part of the memory. Or, since kernel32.dll is responsible for managing memory, it might not be doing it the right way. Dll might not be damaged itself but what its trying to do might be giving you trouble. Check if you're missing msinfo32.exe, check disk space, missing or corrupt temp folders and see if there is any dll. files saved to the desktop. I know you should also check the registry but I cant dont know where to go so when I find out I will update...or someone else can point you in the right direction.


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